Commissioning is the process of delivering quality, cost-effective and holistic health care solutions to the public with a clear consideration of their surroundings and community requirements. It involves the assessment of the health care needs of the local population, identification of challenges and implementation of solutions to meet the long-term and short-term goals.
The health care requirements of the local population vary at individualistic and community level. Commissioners are entrusted with the responsibility of procuring services, allocation of resources and monitoring of care packages to ensure the most appropriate and effective support is in place.
Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in conjunction with a slew of supportive health care professionals, spearhead the commissioning activities in a specified area. CCGs work with various public and private stakeholders to provide comprehensive services which include Continuing health care (CHC). This is often to fund care for individuals with complex and often challenging needs in various environments.
Connect 2 Flexicare believes in providing personalised healthcare solution to meet the specific requirement of each person. We respect the individuality of each individual, their preferences, emotions and health care expectations. A good relationship with the client is a decisive element in making the appropriate care plan. We work collaboratively with everyone involved with a person's care to help develop holistic plans in line with the individuals hopes and aspirations.
Our wealth of knowledge and wide experience in health care, enable us to support commissioners develop suitable care plans to benefit the clients in a personalised way.
We keep ourselves updated with the developments in the industry through regular training, conferences and practice evaluation sessions. Such interactions helps us to build resources that we share amongst all our clients, their support commissioners and families.
We encourage both the family members and the client to share their concerns and feedback. We use such feedback to make necessary changes to care for the better or communicate with the commissioner about the efficacy of the solutions in place. Such interactions helps to improve practice and develop new approaches that help evolve services.